I’d like to think of myself as being fairly well travelled, having seen a large amount of Europe, South East Asia as well as a few other stop offs along the way. However, travelling Cuba was the biggest challenge I faced yet, and was the most foreign-feeling place I’ve been to so far. Continue Reading
A new year brings new travel plans. especially with airlines constantly announcing new flight plans and new hotels popping up around the world. However, if you want to avoid the usual Paris and New York trips that everyone frequents every year, here are the best ones to head to this year. Continue Reading
If you need an escape from the overwhelming sounds and sights of the busy capital city of Cuba, it’s pretty easy to find a beach break. Just a two-hour car journey away is Varadero, a beautiful beach strip of white sand, warm water and cocktails on tap.
I’d say I’ve covered a fair few places travelling; not as many as some of my Wanderlust friends but currently sitting comfortably on 23 countries I’d say isn’t bad going at 24 years old. However, it was my recent venture to Cuba that felt the most foreign of all the places so far, both culturally and socially especially in Havana.